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Research Highlights (SPring-8)

10 Mar, 2021
Moiré than meets the eye Researchers make carbon nanotube patterns called moirés for materials research
BL26B1 (RIKEN Structural Genomics I)
08 Mar, 2021
Sumitomo Rubber & Tohoku University Succeed in Increasing Speed of X-Ray CT Imaging of Rubber Failure Phenomena by Approximately 1,000x(Press Release)
BL28B2 (White Beam X-ray Diffraction)
05 Mar, 2021
Successful Tracking of Crystal Motion at Picometer Accuracy(Press Release)
BL39XU (Magnetic Materials)
15 Dec, 2020
High-speed detection of minute motion of channel proteins that sense heat and pain( Press Release)
BL40XU (High Flux)
26 Nov, 2020
Toshiba’s New Analysis Technology for a Hard Disk Write Head is World’s First to Image Dynamics of a Write Head with Precision of One Ten-billionth of a Second, Will Contribute to Increased Hard Disk Capacities
BL25SU (Soft X-ray Spectroscopy of Solid)

Research Highlights (SACLA)

25 Jun, 2020
Every moment of ultrafast chemical bonding now captured on film(Press Release)
SACLA
09 Aug, 2019
High-precision tracking of ultrafast molecular oscillations -Creating molecular movie with atomic-level spatiotemporal resolution-
24 Sep, 2015
Photoelectron diffraction measurements of gaseous molecules aligned in one direction: towards ultrafast molecular imaging(Press Release)
SACLA BL3
 
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